12 04, 2021

Steadfast Join Forces with Imagit Solutions

2021-05-03T11:45:16-05:00April 12th, 2021|Tags: , , , , |

Combining the technical capacities of Imagit’s customized IT services and Steadfast’s multi-cloud portfolio delivers a complete IT solution set to businesses of all sizes  CHICAGO, IL – April 12, 2021 - Steadfast, a leader for over 20 years in complex cloud consulting, engineering, and managed hosting is proud to announce a new gold partnership with Imagit Solutions, a Chicago-based company providing comprehensive IT services for channel partners, managed service providers, and enterprise businesses with multiple locations. The business culture and foundation of Imagit reflects the same values as Steadfast, which is one of the critical components Steadfast looks at when considering partners. Beyond culture, Imagit has a solid IT services foundation and has accelerated for over 20 years as a known “go to” network engineering partner. Steadfast’s multi-cloud offerings perfectly complement Imagit’s highly customized services. “At the core, Steadfast Provides the Foundation to Make IT Work upon which organizations of all sizes can reliably and cost-effectively build and operate existing, evolving, and future technology solutions. This same statement can be applied to Imagit’s model – which is ideal to provide the right infrastructure and network foundation to help companies modernize their systems to be highly agile, stable, and aligned for seamless growth. The entire IT scope for businesses is critical today and to move seamlessly into future tech – Imagit and Steadfast make this happen.” - Tim Monner, VP Marketing and Business Development Depth of solutions and services found within this exemplary partnership include: Network Engineering Cloud Consulting and Engineering Systems Engineering Managed Hosting [...]

5 12, 2020

TBI Adds IT Service Provider Imagit to Portfolio

2020-12-05T23:26:34-06:00December 5th, 2020|Tags: , , , , |

The partnership brings IT Professional Services to TBI’s partner community. CHICAGO, IL – DECEMBER 2, 2020 - Leading technology brokerage firm, TBI, announces the addition of Imagit to their provider portfolio. Imagit is a full-service IT solutions provider with extensive experience in every aspect of desktops, servers, and network environments. With over 20 years of experience and a presence in 45 countries, Imagit helps businesses around the world meet their IT needs today and plan for the technology demands of tomorrow. Imagit provides customizable and innovative solutions to help businesses through their extensive network of channel partners. Customers gain access to a team of experts and trusted IT partners focused on converging business and technology to help organizations build for the future. Imagit’s professional project management, deployment, and maintenance services help meet IT infrastructure objectives and increase efficiency. Partners can provide their customers with consultative and comprehensive IT support using Imagit’s robust service portfolio, while still adhering to the partner’s standards and best practices to yield a high rate of success, client satisfaction, and repeat business. Built on providing exceptional customer service with the most trusted technicians in the field, Imagit continues to grow its expansive customer base and expand internationally. "Imagit is happy to partner with an extraordinary company like TBI and broaden their already expansive offering. In additional to this partnership being a perfect logistical and technological fit, culturally TBI and Imagit are mirror images: great people consistently delivering amazing services to large, multi-site partners. TBI partners now have a full, turnkey [...]

8 10, 2020

Abandoned Cables – A Forgotten Fire Hazard

2020-10-08T16:22:03-05:00October 8th, 2020|Tags: , , , , |

Every year client businesses all over the nation spend thousands of dollars in technology to expand and upgrade their network cabling infrastructure to improve productivity. Every new installation means an increased number of low voltage cables that are cut and left in ceilings, floors, and walls. Miles of abandoned network cables have accumulated in hospitals, schools, and office buildings. From a tenant or building owner’s point of view, removing abandoned cable has been seen in the past as more trouble than it was worth. New cables were added wherever there was space, as it was easier to ignore the old wires rather than bringing in a professional to remove it. Cable abatement can be a difficult and confusing task, since over many years of occupancy a variety of voice, data, fiber optic, and electrical cables can build up. Removal by an inexperienced worker risks the chance of disconnecting a critical network’s operation and poses safety concerns, particularly when the weight of the old cables is not properly supported. However, this abandoned cable is now coming under more and more scrutiny by local governments and commercial property owners. Most outdated cable contains toxic and highly flammable materials that, if caught on fire, can be fatal and cause extensive property damage. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) revised the National Electrical Code in order to address this issue. The rules make it a violation to have abandoned wires that are not terminated and/or identified for future use. Because of this, abandoned cabling can render your property [...]

24 09, 2020

Public Cloud’s Impact on Enterprise Networks

2021-02-19T16:45:55-06:00September 24th, 2020|Tags: , , , , , , , |

Corporations are moving to public cloud in growing numbers, and the increasing use of these services is having an impact on enterprise networks. Potential bottlenecks are shifting away from the company data center to network entry and exit points. Corporations must understand why the changes are occurring and their impact, and then take steps to ensure their networks deliver acceptable response times. Organizations are embracing cloud computing. Worldwide spending on public cloud services was forecasted to increase from $227.8 billion in 2019 to $266.4 billion in 2020, a 17% annual jump, according to m